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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Bibles & Tracts, Heretical Error, Shepherds' Conference 2017, Reformation & Great Awakening

Bibles, Tracts, & Evangelism - My friend Tony Miano evangelizes on the street, at abortion mills, and on college campuses.  He open air preaches, has one to one conversations, and he passes out tracts and Bibles.   The Bibles and tracts can go fast, and the supply of Bibles dwindles to nothing quite rapidly.  I've been trying to help Tony by making a Facebook Community page, and a couple of memes.



How do you know what doctrine is the most important, and what heresy sends people to Hell?
The following article is one that is superb on this subject:
 When Does Error Become Heresy? - Mike Riccardi


2017 Shepherds' Conference - 500 year anniversary of the Reformation 
"We Preach Christ" 
I know the last conference seems hardly over with (and it was great), but next year's looks to be quite exciting as well.  Some of my online friends are already planning to go, and those of us who can't attend will hopefully get to watch online again next year!

Watch the Introduction! 

From the Reformation to the Great Awakening:  
I'm still creeping my way through the historical Theology lectures that are online that were given at the Master's Seminary.  Although they are primarily for pastors, you don't have to be a pastor to benefit.  We all can learn about church history, and how heresy creeps in and Theological creeds were helpful.  Also, it shows how God continues to work to keep a remnant for Himself -  even though many stray from Biblical truth.

It is helpful for Christians to see why the Reformation was needed (to recover the truth - especially the Biblical Gospel that had been strayed from), and then again why the Great Awakening was needed as the age of so-called "Enlightenment" began to make idols of human reasoning and science.
This is the Lecture I'm currently making my way through:
Nathan Busenitz talking about what led to the necessity for the Great Awakening.

                          

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